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The visibility of Sprint's lawsuit against AT&T's LTE-turning-into-5G marketing ploy has just shot up with a full-page ad and, we know, media coverage.
As part of antitrust mitigation measures it's obligated to fulfill, Qulacomm has to renegotiate a bunch of patent licensing deals. It hasn't happened.
On our show, we discuss Huawei's legal challenges in the United States and beyond. Plus, hardware talk with the upcoming P30 and current Galaxy S10!
The US government and Huawei are locked in several legal battles at the moment. The tech manufacturer is looking to make headway in its reputation.
Qualcomm has attempted to stem iPhone sales in Germany over a patent infringement grudge, but Apple may have found itself a way out.
And the trial has yet to officially start! The latest develpments in this case of many cases of growing animosity between the two companies favor Apple.
Huawei is accused of incentivizing its employees to steal trade secrets. It is claimed it also lied to banks about its ties to an Iranian company.
The FTC's lawsuit against the chipmaker took a hit when Apple admitted that Qualcomm's merits in LTE technology led to its modems being in iPhones.
It's not just Apple's 30 percent cut from app publishers' revenues that has one analyst worried: it's the App Store's sole existence on iOS.
A Mannheim court tossed out Qualcomm's patent suit against Apple, but the chipmaker still has an iPhone sales ban in effect.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 variants are no longer for sale in Germany through the site of Apple.com after Qualcomm took a dangerous gamble
The ban is covering more than the 15 Apple Stores in the country — it will also affect sales of the iPhone 7 and 8 at more than 4,000 resellers.
Samsung dropped out of supporting the Korean Fair Trade Commission's lawsuit against the semiconductors company for an anticompetitive charge.
Spotify is working on paying money to the people who deserve the credit in making all of the music you stream from Spotify.
The ban affects iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models, though Qualcomm vows it will pursue injunctions on the XS, XS Max and XR models, too.
Apple's contracted iPhone manufacturers are ready to face off with the chipmaker and perhaps rake up to $27 billion in damages if arguments go their way.
Apple is scrambling to update iPhones in China to avoid utilizing Qualcomm patents, but wants to fight off settlement and avoid "unrecoverable losses."
The chipmaker won a preliminary injunction against iPhones released in the past 3 years, but it also wants to wrap in the latest ones with the bans, too.
Apple has been going after Qualcomm on several intellectual property causes and, ultimately, money. And it will do so in court.
Apple is really behind on its royalty payments to Qualcomm, a lawyer for the chipmaker said in court.
The Play Protect security software on Android phones is said to have systematically targeted installations of third-party competitor Aptoide.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
Qualcomm is very insistent that it can get back to an amicable relationship with Apple as a supplier. But can it with mountains of lawsuits stacked?